Education Press Releases

Miami Nonprofit Raising Funds to Build Technical School in Haiti

Rev. Fr. Lucien Eugene Pierre of Miami, Fla., firmly believes that education is the most effective way to end poverty. So he is working hard to raise money for a technical school in Haiti.

World Landforms Unfolding the Details About Strato or Composite Volcanoes

In its bid to educate and inform people about the all the major landform on the earth’s surface, World Landforms, an educational online portal, unfolds details about Strato, or Composite Volcanoes, giving a thorough account of different facts related to them. These volcanoes have a layered structure formed by the gradual deposition of eruptive material like Andesite magma, volcanic ash, rock fragments and cinders, hence the name, Strato volcanoes. Known for their violent explosions, Composite Volcanoes are found in chains around the Pacific Rim in varied shapes like convex- concave, helmet-shaped, pyramidal, composite volcanoes with multiple summits, and other forms.

Village People to Headline at Museum Center's 2014 Annual Gala

LogoThe Museum Center at 5ive Points’ Annual Gala will be held on Friday, September 19, at 6:30 p.m. This year’s black-tie event, “Friday Night Fever” salutes the era of polyester and disco as the seventies come to life at the Museum Center. Proceeds benefit the museum’s slate of dynamic exhibits and educational programs for our community. Tickets include an evening with cocktails, dinner, live and silent auctions, and a live concert event with the “Kings of Disco” – the Village People. Black tie or period attire is requested. Tickets can be purchased online at or by calling 423-339-5745.

Calgary Driving School Discusses What Is Defensive Driving?

LogoThe benefits of taking a defensive driving class vary with each state, but often include a reduction of points on their driver’s license following a ticket and the assurance that insurance rates will not increase. In some states, taking a defensive driving course can mean a reduction of up to 10% in their insurance rates for a period of three to five years.

The Doodle Institute Opens with a World's First: Online Course Aids Preschoolers to Professionals in Developing Visual Vocabulary (Doodling!) Skills

Doodling away on paper during a meeting may first appear to be an abstract time-killer, but the messages contained within the scribbles can literally hold the key to that next big idea, life change or emotional epiphany. Diane Durand has spent years both studying and teaching ‘effective doodling’ and, with demand for her services going global, is now launching a most unique online course., Center for Latin Learning and Culture, Provides Online Course on Latin Language, an online center for Latin learning and culture, has recently announced that they have launched their comprehensive distant learning course on the Latin language. The course that has been specifically made affordable to create further awareness of the Latin language and to keep alive its intrinsic value is suitable for anyone interested in learning the ancient language in the comfort of their home.

London English Tutor Offers Proofreading and Copy Writing Services

Kunaal Tailor, Director of Private English Tutor is one of London’s leading super tutors. Mr Tailor travels to client’s homes in the wealthy suburbs of London and charges £500 to £1500 per hour to visit clients at their homes around the world.

Leawo Kicks off Its 2014 Back-to-School Promotion, and Gives Away Powerful Blu-Ray Player

LogoLeawo Software Co., Ltd., a professional solution provider that focuses on multimedia conversions, Blu-ray/DVD playback and conversions, data transfers and recoveries of iOS devices, recently kicked off its 2014 Back-to-School Promotion. In this promotion, Leawo Blu-ray Player is given away to all people, and several other best-selling products are on sale with big discounts.

The Indigo Report Is a Revolutionary Career Assessment Tool

Here’s the problem: A great majority of high school and college students don’t really know what they want to do, and wind up in a career path for which they are unsuited.

Julia Liebisch Peschl and Associates Launch Indiegogo Campaign to Build 'The Sun's Harvest'

LogoThis project is about building an institute called The Sun's Harvest in the South of Ghana, near the coast. The Sun's Harvest is based on permaculture principles, offering accommodations, programs and workshops for the local community and international guests.

Loud Rumor Holds Another Successful Training Course

LogoLoud Rumor is all about education, both for themselves, their clients, and local businesses in general. While books, podcasts, and webinars are all great sources of information, there’s nothing quite as nice as learning directly from an industry expert….just ask the dozens of small business leaders who took Loud Rumor’s Google Adwords training in Phoenix earlier this month, taught by Loud Rumor’s very own Mike Arce and Daniel Henderson!

SEO Melbourne Blog Launches to Put the Power of SEO in the Hands of Small Business Owners

Search engine optimisation didn’t exist twenty years ago, and yet now it is one of the most essential strategic tools for businesses to secure any degree of online success when entering a world swamped with competitors from around the globe. Many small businesses feel they cannot compete in this area because it requires expensive expert consultants to make real gains. Some of those consultants based in Melbourne have flipped this on its head by providing the SEO Melbourne Blog to empower small businesses to get the success they need to invest in SEO on a bigger scale.

Dust Mite Allergy Treatment Products Are Discounted During the Ecology Work's Back to School Sale

Dust mite allergy treatment products for the home are on sale during The Ecology Work’s back to school promotion. This sale discounts all orders of dust mite allergy products by 10% This sale ends September 18th and is valid for new and existing customers. Anyone interested in taking advantage of this limited time offer can visit to view their complete line of dust mite allergy solutions. Customers must enter BACK2SCHOOL during checkout in order to receive the discount.

1st Annual International Memory Tournament Draws Mental Competitors to Chicago

LogoPut on your thinking caps and start your mental engines: the First Annual International Memory Tournament will be held October 18, 2014 at the Discovery Center in Chicago. Registration is open to the public, and students, teachers and memory enthusiasts from around the world are already training for the competition. Organized by the World Memory Tournament Federation (WMTF) and hosted by Dave Farrow, the Guinness record holder for greatest memory, the event brings high level brain training to the masses and empowers lifelong learning. To register to attend or compete, visit

BrainCert Redefines Learning with the Launch of Their New Product, Enterprise LMS (Learning Management System)

With the recent re-launch of their online learning portal in 2013, BrainCert introduced a panoptic set of learning tools for students, instructors and organizations, which were received with a tremendous response. As a result of this, having better understood the needs of their customers, especially of complex organizations, BrainCert has now launched a new learning management system that has been much awaited for its coherent software that allows organizations to conduct online training for students, employees or customers, thereby keeping a record of their overall improvement.

Top Student-Athlete Christina Walker Starts Indiegogo Campaign to Remain in Private School

LogoChristina Walker is a 12 year-old student-athlete from just outside of Atlanta, Georgia and she desperately needs tuition assistance. During her 6th grade year in private school, Christina accumulated a 4.0 GPA, served as a 6th Grade Advisory Representative, made the School President’s List both semesters and again received President Barack Obama's Award for Academic Excellence. Christina’s scholastic achievements in 2013-14 were made possible because she earned a Georgia Goal Scholarship that provided her the opportunity to transition from public school to private school. The average Georgia Goal Scholarship awarded for students at her private school in 2013-14 was $2,638. Tuition for 2014-15 is $10,438.00. “It was quite interesting switching to a different curriculum from public school to private school. I adapted very well both socially and academically. My lowest grade was a 91 in Accelerated Math. Overall though, I was very happy with what I accomplished in my first year at ELCA”.

Got Shakesfear? Relax, New York Times Bestselling Author James Reese Presents Shakespeare300, a New iPhone App

LogoAfter 15 years of publishing for adults and young adults (including 5 books published in 12 languages), New York Times bestselling author James Reese has brought his penchant for gripping narrative and expansive knowledge of the classics to the iPhone and iPad. Shakespeare300, the new app written by Reese, provides portable insight into all of Shakespeare’s plays. Presented in a highly visual style, it features colorful maps and infographics, with introductions and synopses, and a wealth of extras written by Reese himself.

North Carolina Real Estate Developer William Gary Allen Announces Scholarship Competition

Long-time North Carolina real estate developer and philanthropist William Gary Allen is offering a $1,500 scholarship to one winning essayist in his "Home of the Future" competition. Students currently enrolled in an accredited university or college in the United States are eligible for the award.

Awards and Trophies in Winston Salem, NC Are Discounted During Excalibur Group's Back to School Sale

Awards and trophies in Winston-Salem, NC are priced to sell during Excalibur Group’s back to school sale. This limited time offer ends September 30, 2014 and is only valid for awards and trophies. The normal setup fee will be waived during this promotion for new customers only. People who want to take advantage of this sale can visit or call (336) 397-4949 to place their order with a knowledgeable customer service representative.

New Book Helps Educators, Administrators Understand Data in a School Setting

A newly released book written by a respected educational consultant is helping teachers, principals and school district administrators truly understand data and how they may leverage it for improved programs and decision-making.

Calgary Driving School's Top Five Tips for Driving Theory Test Success

LogoFor learner drivers confident in their practical lessons, a driving theory and hazard perception pass certificate is the green light to book a practical driving test. Taking any kind of exam can be nerve-wracking, especially if you’re not used to having to revise.

Calgary Driving School Discusses Navigation Tips for New Drivers

LogoIt may seem obvious, but planning ahead is key to successful navigation. Before starting your journey, study the route on a map. If your drive covers a long distance, identify service stations and places you can stop for a break, integrating these points into your route. As a good starting point, there are plenty of journey planner apps available online and for mobile phones, many will generate multiple routes to choose from.

Southampton Student Living Provider Launches URBA Life Website

LogoURBA LIFE, a local group providing a top-class student accommodation, has announced the launch of its new website – Situated in the center of Southampton, the company provides high-class student living with easy access to shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and local universities.

The Dutch Higher Education Delegates Visited MVJCE Campus for Future Tie-Ups

LogoDirector NUFFIC NESO (Netherlands organization for international cooperation in higher education) in India visited MVJ College of Engineering on 7th August 2014. Discussions were centered on collaborative arrangement between Dutch Higher Education Institutes & MVJ College of Engineering.

Rut Ballesteros Seeks Funding via Crowdrise to Become an Intern at the UN Department of Public Information and Outreach

LogoLife was easy for Rut Ballesteros. She was a happy student of Archaeology and Anthropology in California. One day, everything changed all of a sudden. She discovered a latent disability that forced her to quit her studies and work, and go back to Spain. Rut spent two years with medical issues, surgeries and a massive depression.